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Internal Communications

External communications strategies can succeed or fail based on how well they are received in-house.

Therefore, the most important audience for your communications is the internal one because your employees shape the brand experience for your customers. Comit works with leading Irish and multinational businesses to build positive communications and engagement across all levels of an organisation.

We use proven techniques and best practices to educate your key internal stakeholders. From initial workshops and interviews, we can create bespoke internal communications plans incorporating a wide range of tools including the intranet, newsletters, blogs, videos, social media and employee events. We can play a very important role in securing employee commitment and creating a positive, focused workplace. In turn, this will drive customer engagement and satisfaction, building loyalty and recurring revenues. 

 

“Comit developed a very clear and impactful internal communications programme for FEXCO. We are delighted with the results.”   Danny Kerins, FEXCO

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20 years at Ireland’s leading tech PR agency

By comit Friday, 22nd September 2017 | 0 comments
It’s hard to believe, but Comit celebrated turning 20 this week! While some of our team members were mere toddlers in 1997, Comit founder and managing director, Allan Chapman, was busy setting up his own PR agency to service Ireland’s growing tech sector. Two decades later, Allan is still at the helm of the business as it continues to grow and deliver the best service to technology companies based here.

PR success in an instant world

By comit Thursday, 31st August 2017 | 0 comments
We are living in a ‘hypermodern’ society, characterised by a culture of hyper consumption, hyper change and hyper individualism. This society in overdrive can be seen through the array of media constantly impacting almost everything we do. We consume sporting events, political debates and TV shows, not just through the action unfolding before us, but also a stream of related social media posts in the palm of our hand, online forums and live web analysis. All of this results in new challenges and opportunities for PR agencies, as well as the overall communications profession.
The recently published results of the 11th edition of the European Communication Monitor offer valuable insights for all public relations agencies to consider, but especially those involved in the technology sector. The 2017 European Communication Monitor (ECM) surveyed 3,378 communications professionals from 50 participating countries. It’s the most detailed and comprehensive longitudinal study in the communications industry and those in PR shouldn’t neglect the opportunity to glean insights into the challenges and opportunities facing our profession both now and into the future. 

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